I obtained my PhD in biochemistry at UQAM (Montreal, QC, Canada) in 2016. My background includes biochemistry and immunology (B.Sc. in Biochemistry, M.Sc. in Infectiology and Immunology), with an emphasis on cancer treatments. My expertise also includes teaching, team management and supervision of trainees (both undergraduate and graduate students).
During my PhD, I studied the molecular mechanisms of hyperthermia and thermotolerance in cancer cells. I am currently working as a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Philip Wong's lab on combinations of radiotherapy and non-thermal plasma for cancer treatment. Next year I will lead the first canadian clinical study on the use of non-thermal plasma to reduce breast cancer recurrence.